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Guesthouses in Nottingham Nottingham has a growing gay community with numerous bars and clubs dotted around the Huntingdon Street area of the city centre.

One of the most popular gay bars in Nottingham is Central [map] on Huntingdon Street, a large and friendly bar-cum-club where the music is distinctly commercial.

Just up the road from here you’ll find the Foresters Inn [map], a gay pub with a pool table, good food and a real roaring fire to warm your cockles.

Across the road there’s New Foresters [map], a recently refurbished bar, and The Lord Roberts [map], a gay-friendly establishment next to a theatre that attracts a trendy loved-up crowd.

Situated on Lower Parliament Street, Ice [map] is the new kid on the block and one of Nottingham’s coolest bars, which should give your night out a somewhat different edge.

Not far from here you’ll find Nottingham’s only gay club – but it is a superclub and well worth checking out. NG1 [map] boasts four bars, two dance floors and a chill-out area, along with a café and unisex toilets. The club holds 750 people and plays a mix of pop, R ‘n’ B and dance music.

Other gay bars worth checking out include AD2 [map] on Huntingdon Street, which is full of young trendy things, and Edge [map] on Lower Parliament Street, where the crowd bop 'til they drop.

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